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Thursday, September 29, 2005
Nvidia Releases GeForce Go 7800 for Notebooks


NVIDIA officially announced Wednesday the release of its new NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX GPU, the flagship of the NVIDIA notebook GPU line-up. The successor of the GeForce Go 6800 GPU released 10 months ago, is immediately available in notebooks of various companies.

Based on the company's desktop PC version, the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7800 GTX GPU features a redesigned architecture which delivers a number of achievements, including the following:

- New programmable shader architecture, claimed to deliver twice the shading horsepower of the previous generation notebook GPUs
- Support for the latest games and applications with DirectX 9 Shader Model 3.0 and Film
- Quality HDR, the must have feature for developers delivering more realism to Real-Time Gaming
- NVIDIA PowerMizer technology, power management to maximize battery life - Second-generation NVIDIA PureVideo technology, allows users to experience home theater quality video on the notebook PC

Compared to the previous model of the company (GeForce Go 6800), the new GeForce Go 7800 features more pixel pipelines and an increased number of transistors. The memory clock has remained the same, set at 1.1GHz. A detailled comparison between the two GPUs is illustarted in the table below:

GeForce Go 6800

GeForce Go 7800 GTX

Shader Perf (Pixels per Clock)

1x

2x

Geometry

1x

1.6x

Transistors

202 million

302 million

Power Consumption

1x

1x

Package

Identical

Identical

Memory Interface

256-bit

256-bit

Clock Frequencies

450/550

400/550

DirectX 9

Shader Model 3.0

Shader Model 3.0

Transparency Antialising

No

Yes

Programmable Video Processor

NVIDIA PureVideo

NVIDIA PureVideo

Power Management

NVIDIA PoweMizer 5.0

NVIDIA PoweMizer 6.0

Host Interface

PCI Express

PCI Express



"Notebook PCs have entered a new age of performance and features," stated Rob Csongor, general manager of notebook GPUs at NVIDIA. "With twice the performance compared to the previous generation, the GeForce Go 7 GPU delivers the ability to play all of today?s and tomorrow?s hottest games and the power to process high definition video--all with remarkable power savings."


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